IJGT ELITE: Fowler wins The Players Championship

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May 6-12, 2015

IJGT alum Rickie Fowler has been the talk of the golf world since winning The Players Championship via sudden-death playoff on Sunday. Fowler was 1-over through 12 holes in the final round before shooting 6-under on the final six holes. He became the first player ever to shoot 5-under (he made three birdies and an eagle) on the final four holes at The Players. Seven players have finished the stretch 4-under. Fowler also became the first player to birdie hole No. 17 three times in one day. Fowler’s mom, sister and girlfriend were all in attendance to watch his Mother’s Day win. Read more about it here.

Shanshan Feng won the Ladies European Tour’s Buick Championship in Shanghai, posting a 17-under 271 tournament total at Shanghai Qizhong Garden Golf Club. Read more about her victory here.

Derek Bard (Virginia) was named to the All-ACC team. He won the U.S. Collegiate title in October and ranks eighth in the ACC in stroke average (70.91).

Brynn Walker, who finished second in April’s Architects Cup, and Madelein Herr advanced to the USGA Women’s Four-Ball semifinals.

Matt Barto (Gannon) will be competing as an individual in the NCAA DII Men’s Golf Championships. He will play in the Atlantic/East regional at Longaberger Golf Club in Nashport, Ohio, hosted by the Mountain East Conference.

Brandon Matthews (Temple) was featured in a story on the local news in Philadelphia. You can watch the segment here.

Four IJGT members carded holes-in-one over the past two weeks, three in IJGT tournaments! Tom McLaughlin and Matthew Dzialga both had aces during last weekend’s IJGA Junior Open at Hershey Country Club. McLaughlin’s came on the par-3 16th hole and Dzialga’s came on the par-3 second hole. Betty Horaney carded a hole-in-one on the par-3 eighth hole at Golden Bear during the previous weekend’s Junior World Qualifier. Earlier this week, Peter Bradbeer made a hole-in-one during practice while preparing for the Friends School League Championship.

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IJGT ELITE: May 6, 2015

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April 29-May 5, 2015

The NCAA DI Men’s Golf Regional Championships selections were announced on the Golf Channel on Monday, May 4, 2015. To see the full list, click here. The IJGT is proud to have a number of alums competing in the six 54-hole regional tournaments to be held May 14-16. The winners from the regional championships will advance to the finals, which will be held at The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla., on May 29-June 3. Below is a list of IJGT ELITE members selected to participate as individuals in the regional championships.

University of North Carolina Finley Golf Course — Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Hosted by UNC Chapel Hill

J.T. Poston (Western Carolina)

Trey Rule (Mercer)

Isaiah Logue (Liberty)

The Farms Golf Club — Rancho Sante Fe, California

Hosted by the University of San Diego

George Cunningham (Arizona)

Gold Mountain Golf Club — Bremerton, Washington

Hosted by the University of Washington

Alex Franklin (Oregon State)

Jordan Rodgers (Brigham Young)

The Course at Yale — New Haven, Connecticut

Hosted by Yale University

Brandon Matthews (Temple)

Kevin Kramarski (Iona)

Marika Liu (Yale) will be competing as an individual in the NCAA DI Women’s Golf Regional Championship at Briggs Ranch Golf Club in San Antonio, Texas. The tournament, hosted by the University of Texas, San Antonio, will be held on May 7-9.

In other exciting news, the USA GOLF Federation announced on Thursday that Beau Hossler was one of four golfers chosen to represent the United States when golf debuts at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto this July. A sophomore on the University of Texas golf team, Hossler won the 2014 World Amateur Team Championships. To read the rest of the announcement, and learn more about the Pan Am Games, click here.

Ben Schlottman became the first freshman in Auburn history to be named All-SEC first team! He was also named the SEC freshman of the year. To read more, click here.

John Chaney, senior captain of the Wittenberg Tigers’ men’s golf team, earned the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC)’s Bob Nye Award, awarded annually to the NCAC Championship medalist. He and the Tigers earned their sixth consectutive NCAA DIII tournament berth; they will be competing at Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C., on May 12-15.

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IJGT ELITE: April 29, 2015

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April 21-28, 2015

This week was filled with NCAA conference championships, dramatic playoffs and exciting accolades for members of the IJGT ELITE.

Senior Trey Valentine and sophomore Rigel Fernandes helped the University of South Florida Bulls capture the 2015 American Athletic Conference crown. Valentine tied for third with a 7-under 209 tournament total. It was the team’s second conference championship in the past three seasons.

Freshman Chris Petefish counted in all three rounds of the 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Golf Championship, helping the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets win their 16th ACC golf crown.

The NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Regional Championships selections were announced live via the Golf Channel on Monday. Ana Ruiz (Oklahoma) and Erynne Lee (UCLA) found out their teams will be competing in the San Antonio regional in Texas. Karen Chung, Kyung Kim and Annie Park (all of USC) found out the Trojans will be competing in the St. George Regional in Utah. To view all of the selections, click here. Best of luck to all the IJGT alums competing in the four regional tournaments on May 7-9. These tournaments will determine the championship field. The NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Regional Championships selections will be announced live on the Golf Channel on Monday, May 4 at 10 a.m. ET.

Junior Pat Sanchez (Marquette) earned medalist honors at the Big East Men’s Golf Championship by carding a 1-under 215 tournament total. He fired a 3-under 69 in the final round of the event.

Temple University junior Brandon Matthews was named a PNC Bank Student-Athlete of the Year.

Sophomore Katie Rice and the women’s golf team earned the Team Academic Award at Morehead State for compiling a 3.72 team GPA in the fall.

And, on the LPGA Tour, Morgan Pressel carded an 8-under 280 tournament total to force a playoff in the Swinging Skirts Classic. She ended up finishing second. “I had plenty of chances out there today, so I can’t be too disappointed. I gave it my all,” Pressel said after the tournament.

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IJGT ELITE – April 8, 2015

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April 1-7, 2015

It was another exciting week for the IJGT ELITE, who were all over the news for their various accomplishments. Read on to find a collection of some of our favorite articles about IJGT alums from the past week.

Brandon Matthews (Temple) was featured in the Pittston Sunday Dispatch after winning the Furman Intercollegiate. You can find the article here. Matthews went on to win his second consecutive tournament, the Met Intercollegiate, this past weekend. After the win, Temple head coach Brian Quinn said that he feels Matthews is the best player in the country. Read more about Matthews’ most recent victory here.

Beau Hossler (Texas) won the Southern Golf Association’s National Amateur of the Month award. To read more about the award, click here.

Fun Fact: Max Rottluff (Arizona State) has a 68.97 stroke average in 10 events this year. He currently sits at third on the Sun Devil Season Scoring list, just above Phil Mickelson. Learn more here.

Moving onto the LPGA Tour, Morgan Pressel finished third in the ANA Inspiration. During the tournament Golfweek wrote an article about Pressel that said she was “showing the familiar fans of Missions Hills some of the spark that made her the youngest major champion in LPGA history eight years ago.” You can read the rest of the article here.

Golfweek’s Beth Ann Nichols also wrote a great piece about Stephanie Meadow. You can read the article here.

Finally, on the PGA TOUR, IJGT alums Morgan Hoffmann and Rickie Fowler are both in the Top 25 Masters rankings according to ESPN’s Michael Collins. Read what Collins had to say about Hoffmann and Fowler, and view the rest of the list, here. Fun Fact: Hoffmann and Fowler played college golf together at Oklahoma State University.

Speaking of the Masters, here’s an insightful article from about why Hoffmann thinks he can win it.

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IJGT ELITE: Hopkinson-Wood named NCAC Golfer of the Week



March 25-31, 2015

The IJGT would like to congratulate Wittenberg University freshman Jane Hopkinson-Wood on being named the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Golfer of the Week! Here are some other highlights from IJGT alums competing in NCAA tournaments over the past week:

Furman Intercollegiate – Greenville, SC – March 27-29, 2015

Brandon Matthews (Temple) won with a 10-under 206 tournament total. He fired a 6-under 66 in round two. Matthews carded 17 birdies during the three-day, 54-hole event. The victory was Matthews’ second of the season and sixth of his career.

J.T. Poston (Western Carolina) finished third with a 6-under 210 tournament total. He carded an eagle on the par-5 15th hole in round one. Poston made par or better on every hole on the front nine in round two on his way to a 5-under 67.

McDaniel Spring Invitational – Abbottstown, PA –March 28-29, 2015

Natalie Squillace (Sarah Lawrence) tied for seventh with a 178 tournament total. She was extremely consistent, carding 89s in both rounds.

Wildcat Invitational – Malvern, PA – March 30-31, 2015

Christopher Crawford (Drexel) finished seventh with a 2-over 144 tournament total. Before the 2015 spring season, Crawford was ranked No. 1 in the Colonial Athletic Association, according to GolfStat.

Washington University Spring Invitational – Madison, IL – March 28-29, 2015

Jane Hopkinson-Wood finished second with a 149 tournament total. Her even-par 72 was the low round score in the second round. She’s been playing great golf lately and earned medalist honors in the Joe Duncan Invitational last week.

John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate – Stockbridge, GA – March 29-31, 2015

Kim Mitchell (Western Carolina) tied for seventh with a 7-over 223 tournament total.

Bobcat Spring Invitational – Goodyear, AZ – March 30-31, 2015

Alexa Schendelman (Montana) tied for ninth with a 231 tournament total.

Hoya Women’s Invitational – Beallsville, MD – March 30-31, 2015

Jacquelyn Eleey (Georgetown) led the field after two rounds and landed in a three-way tie for first with a 14-over 230 tournament total after 54 holes. After three playoff holes she ended up in a two-way tie for second, leading Georgetown to victory.

Lauren Gros (Georgetown) tied for ninth with a 20-over 236 tournament total. Her final-round 3-over 75 was the Hoyas’ best individual round of the tournament.

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IJGT ELITE – Conference Championships Showcase 63 Alumni



It’s that time of year! Conference championships were in full swing the last few weeks, and they displayed just how successful the IJGT ELITE is in NCAA competition. With 63 players finishing in the top-10 of a multitude of conference championships, the end of the season is really beginning to showcase just how well our alumni compete at the next level of competition.

In addition to the vast amount of top-10 finishes, seven conference championships were won by our alumni, with wins coming in the following conferences: the SEC Women’s, SoCon Men’s, Atlantic Sun Men’s, Ohio Valley Men’s, Patriot League Men’s, Big West Men’s, and the Mid-American Women’s!

Congrats to all of our alumni, and with the NCAA Championships coming up soon, the IJGT ELITE positioned themselves well to continue their season-long success!

IJGT ELITE – Conference Championship Edition
(alphabetical by conference)

ACC Women’s Championship – Greensboro, N.C. – April 17-19, 2014
2nd)  Laetitia Beck (Duke), +2–215
Second Place at 2005 IJGT at Harbourtown Golf Links

ACC Men’s Championship – New London, N.C. – April 25-27, 2014
T7th) Seth Reeves (Georgia Tech), -4–212
Third Place at 2004 IJGT at Sea Pines

T9th) Bryce Chalkley (Virginia Tech), -3–213
2007 IJGT Champion at TPC Virginia Beach

American Athletic Conference (AAC) Women’s Championship – Palm Coast, Fla. – April 20-22, 2014
T7th) Laura Restrepo (Louisville), +13–229
Five-time IJGT Champion

T10th) Monifa Sealy (Central Floria), +15–231
Three-time IJGT Champion

American Athletic Conference Men’s Championship – Innisbrook, Fla. – April 27-29, 2014
T4th) Brandon Matthews (Temple), E–213
2010 IJGT Champion at Ravens Claw

T9th) Rigel Fernandes (South Florida), +3–216
Top-10 Finish at 2006 IJGT at Championsgate

Atlantic Sun Men’s Conference Championship – Braselton, Ga. – April 20-22, 2014
CHAMPION – Trey Rule (Mercer), -1–215
Two IJGT top-10 Finishes

Atlantic 10 Conference Men’s Championship – Lutz, Fla. – April 25-27, 2014
2nd) Rocky Khara (Virginia Commonwealth), +2–215
Three IJGT top-10 Finishes

8th) Jack Wilkes (Richmond), +11–224
Two IJGT top-20 Finishes

Big 12 Conference Men’s Championship – Trinity, Texas – April 25-27, 2014
T3rd) Beau Hossler (Texas), E–288
2007 IJGT Champion at PGA Southern California

Big East Conference Men’s Championship – Okatie, S.C. – April 27-29, 2014
T4th) Ed McCrossen (Georgetown), +5–221
Top-20 Finish at 2009 IJGT at Seaview

6th) Pat Sanchez (Marquette), +6–222
Top-10 Finish at 2010 IJGT 59 Belts Tournament Series

T7th) C.J. Swift (Marquette), +7–223
Five IJGT top-3 Finishes

Big South Conference Men’s Championship – Ninety Six, S.C. – April 21-23, 2014
6th) Mattieu Fenasse (Liberty), +1–217
Third Place at 2010 IJGT at Saddlebrook

T9th) Austin James (Charleston Southern), +5–221
Fourth Place at 2010 IJGT Penn State Classic

Big West Conference Men’s Championship – San Jacinto, Calif. – April 27-29, 2014
CHAMPION – Matt Hansen (UC-Davis), -8–136
2009 IJGT Champion at Sandpiper

T5th) Ryan Knapp (UC-Irvine), -2–142
Two IJGT top-10 Finishes

T5th) Kevin Lee (Long Beach St.), -2–142
Top-10 Finish at 2007 IJGT at Twin Oaks

T7th) Jordan Epstein (UC-Santa Barbara), -1–143
Three IJGT top-5 Finishes

Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Conference Women’s Championship – Southport, N.C. – April 18-20, 2014
4th) Amanda Terzian (Delaware), +11–155
2009 IJGT Champion at Penn Oaks

T5th) Shabril Brewer (James Madison Univ.), +12–156
2010 IJGT Champion at Bulle Rock

Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Men’s Conference Championship – Southport, N.C. – April 25-27, 2014
5th) Stefan Brewer (UNC-Wilmington), +3–219
Third Place at 2002 IJGT at Grandover

6th) Joe Gunerman (Towson), +4–220
2009 IJGT Champion at Penn Oaks

7th) Charlie Kern (William & Mary), +5–221
Two-time IJGT Champion

T8th) Christopher Crawford (Drexel), +7–223
Top-10 finish at 2010 IJGT at Seaview

Conference USA Men’s Championship – Edmond, Okla. – April 27-29, 2014
2nd) Logan McCracken (Tulsa), +1–211
21st at 2007 IJGT at TPC Virginia Beach

3rd) Tommy Economou (Rice), +2–212
2003 IJGT Champion at Bayonet & Black Horse

T6th) Brian Anaria (Marshall), +5–215
Top-10 Finish at 2009 IJGT at Greenbrier

Ivy League Conference Women’s Championship – Springfield, N.J. – April 25-27, 2014
2nd) Kelly Shon (Princeton), +6–222
Eight IJGT top-10 Finishes

6th) Marika Liu (Yale), +12–228
Fifth Place at 2005 IJGT at Doubletree Golf Resort

T7th) Erin Lo (Penn), +14–230
2012 IJGT Labor Day Classic Champion

Ivy League Conference Men’s Championship – Springfield, N.J. – April 25-27, 2014
T5th) Harrison Shih (Columbia), +10–220
2010 IJGT Champion at Blue Heron Pines

7th) Ben Cooley (Penn), +11–221
Three-time IJGT Champion

8th) Scott Jaster (Dartmouth), +12–222
Four-time IJGT Champion

T9th) Sam Bernstein (Yale), +13–223
2008 IJGT Champion at Crystal Springs Resort

T9th) Greg James (Princeton), +13–223
Fourth Place at 2008 IJGT at Wyncote

Mid-American Conference Women’s Championship – Fishers, Ind. – April 25-27, 2014
CHAMPION – Jennifer Ha (Kent State), +6–222
Second Place at 2009 IJGT at Wigwam Resort

Mid-American Conference Men’s Championship – Caramel, Ind. – May 2-4, 2014
4th) Ryan Harris (Akron), E–288
Four IJGT top-10 Finishes

5th) Brett Rinker (Bowling Green State), +1–289
Third Place at 2009 IJGT at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Women’s Championship – Springfield, Ill. – April 20-22, 2014
T4th) McCall Christopher (Indiana St.), +4–220
11th Place at 2009 IJGT at Bent Tree CC

Mountain West Conference Women’s Championship – Rancho Mirage, Calif. – April 24-26, 2014
10th) Paige Spiranac (San Diego St.), +9–225
2008 IJGT Champion at Arizona State University

Mountain West Conference Men’s Championship – Tucson, Ariz. – April 25-27, 2014
3rd) Carl Jonson (UNLV), -3–210
Fourth Place at 2005 IJGT Nike Series Championship

9th) Nicholas Maruri (UNLV), +1–214
Fifth Place at 2009 IJGT at Saddlebrook

Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Women’s Championship – Muscle Shoals, Ala. – April 21-23, 2014
10th) Katie Rice (Morehead St.), +16–232
Two IJGT top-10 Finishes

Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Men’s Championship – Muscle Shoals, Ala. – April 25-27, 2014
CHAMPION – Marco Iten (Austin Peay St.), -8–136
Fourth Place at 2010 IJGT at Saddlebrook

Pac-12 Conference Women’s Championship – Corvallis, Ore. – April 25-27, 2014
T7th) Kyung Kim (Southern Cal), +2–218
One IJGT top-10 Finish

T7th) Annie Park (Southern Cal), +2–218
Three-time IJGT Champion

T9th) Erynne Lee (UCLA), +3–219
Second Place at 2005 IJGT at Sandpiper

Pac-12 Conference Men’s Championship – Marana, Ariz. – April 25-27, 2014
T4th) Eric Sugimoto (Southern Cal), -1–287
Two-time IJGT Champion

Patriot League Conference Men’s Championship – West Point, N.Y. – April 26-27, 2014
CHAMPION – Peter Kim (Army), -1–209
Six IJGT top-10 Finishes

T3rd) Jimmy Dengler (Loyola Univ.-Maryland), +5–215
Top-20 Finish at 2010 IJGT at Seaview

5th) Brendan Lemp (Loyola Univ.-Maryland), +6–216
2009 IJGT Champion at Wintonbury Hills

7th) Dustin Pagila (Army), +9–219
Third Place at 2005 IJGT at Sandpiper

T8th) Jared Mactas (Lafayette College), +11–221
2012 IJGT Major Champion at Architects

T8th) Marcus Plunkett (Army), +11–221
Second Place at 2006 IJGT at Championsgate

SEC Women’s Golf Championship – Birmingham, Ala. – April 18-20, 2014
CHAMPION – Simin Feng (Vanderbilt), -7–209
Three IJGT top-10 Finishes

T5th) Stephanie Meadow (Alabama), +3–219
Nine-time IJGT Champion

T5th) Maria Torres (Florida), +3–219
Second Place at 2006 IJGT at The Legends

8th) Marta Sanz (Auburn), +4–220
Seven IJGT top-3 Finishes

Southern Conference (SoCon) Men’s Championship – Pinehurst, N.C. – April 20-22, 2014
CHAMPION – J.T. Poston (Western Carolina), -10–206
2009 IJGT Champion at Ballantyne Resort

T6th) Cory Taylor (Wofford College), +2–218
Seventh Place at 2007 IJGT at Harbourtown Golf Links

Sun Belt Men’s Conference Championship – Saucier, Miss. – April 21-23, 2014
T5th) Thomas Strandemo (Louisiana), -3–213
Six IJGT top-10 Finishes

IJGT ELITE Karen Chung

IJGT ELITE records 26 top-10 NCAA finishes


March 22 – April 4, 2014

The IJGT ELITE continues their strong showings in the NCAA, with 26 members earning top-10 finishes in the last two weeks. With several repeat players, as well as some newcomers to the IJGT ELITE, the last two weeks have been exceptional for the IJGT alumni in the collegiate ranks. One tournament in particular, the Wildcat Invitational, showcased six IJGT ELITE members in the top-5! Three players also won individual medalist honors, with Christina Vosters (Penn State), Chris Crawford (Drexel), and Karen Chung (Southern Cal) all claiming victory in the last few weeks.

Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate – March 23-25, 2014 – Williamsburg, Va.

Poom Pattaropong (James Madison), who recorded eight top-3 finishes on the IJGT, finished tied for tenth with a 6-over, 216.

Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate – March 23-25, 2014 – Awendaw, S.C.

Danny Guise (Wake Forest), the 2010 IJGT Champion at Long Island Golf Club, shot a 3-under, 213 to tie for eighth place.

Valspar Collegiate Invitational at Floridian – March 24-25, 2014 – Palm City, Fla.

Kevin Dougherty (Oklahoma State), the 2009 IJGT Champion at Temecula Creek, finished the tournament in a tie for tenth place after shooting a 3-under, 210.

UTSA – Lone Star Invitational – March 24-25, 2014 – San Antonio, Texas

Owen Taylor (Sacramento State), a top-10 finisher in 2010 on the IJGT at the 59 Belt at Pala Mesa Resort, recorded a second-place finish with a 6-under, 210.

The Duck Invitational – March 24-25, 2014 – Creswell, Ore.

Tyler Torano (Loyola Marymount), who earned a second-place finish in 2008 on the IJGT at Twin Oaks, shot a 2-over, 218 to tie for sixth place.

Briar’s Creek Invitational – March 24-25, 2014 – John’s Island, S.C.

CHAMPION: Christina Vosters (Penn State), the 2008 IJGT Champion at Wyncote Golf Club, took the victory with her 1-under, 215 total for the tournament.

Lauren Salazar (Clemson), the 2008 IJGT Western Mid-Season Champion, tied for seventh place with a 4-over, 220.

The Goodwin – March 28-30, 2014 – Stanford, Calif.

Anton Arboleda (UCLA), the 2005 IJGT Champion at Rancho Bernardo, finished in a tie for seventh after posting a 3-under, 207 for the tournament.

Furman Intercollegiate – March 28-30, 2014 – Greenville, S.C.

Brandon Matthews (Temple), the 2010 IJGT Champion at Ravens Claw, tied for fourth place with a 4-under, 212.

Florida Atlantic University Slomin Autism Invitational – March 28-30, 2014 – Lake Worth, Fla.

Lucas Armstrong (Middle Tennessee State), a top-5 finisher in 2009 on the IJGT at Port Royal, finished in third place with a 6-under, 207.

Bryan National Collegiate – March 28-30, 2014 – Browns Summit, N.C.

Laetitia Beck (Duke), who placed in second in 2005 on the IJGT at Harbour Town, tied for third place with a 4-over, 220.

Sierra Sims (Wake Forest), a 2006 top-15 finisher on the IJGT at Colonial Williamsburg, also tied for third place with a 4-over, 220.

Whiting-Turner Towson Invitational – March 30 – April 1, 2014 – Grasenville, M.D. (weather shortened)

Matt Fry (Towson), who finished in second at the 2010 IJGT Mid-Season Championship, tied for sixth place with a 6-over, 150.

Joe Gunerman (Towson), the 2009 IJGT Champion at Penn Oaks, also shot a 6-over, 150 to tie for sixth place.

Will Smittle (Sacred Heart), who played several IJGT events in his junior years, also tied for sixth place with a score of 6-over, 150.

John Kirk-Panther Invitational – March 30-April 1, 2014 – Stockbridge, Ga.

Gemma Fuster (Old Dominion), a 2006 top-10 finisher on the IJGT at Saddlebrook, finished in a tie for tenth with a 7-over, 223.

Wildcat Invitational – March 31-April 1, 2014 – Malvern, Pa.

CHAMPION: Chris Crawford (Drexel), a 2010 top-10 finisher on the IJGT at Seaview, took home individual medalist honors with a 1-under, 212.

Peter Kim (Army), who had two top-3 finishes on the IJGT, finished in second place with a 3-over, 216.

Harrison Shih (Columbia), the 2010 IJGT Champion at Blue Heron Pines, finished in a tie for third place with a 6-over, 219.

Kyle Wambold (Binghamton), who tied for second in 2012 at The IJGT Jersey Championship at Architects, also tied for third place with a 6-over, 219 score.

Dan Costenbader (Delaware), the 2009 IJGT Champion at Seaview, finished in a tie for fifth place with a 7-over, 220.

Mike Johnson (LaSalle University), who finished in the top-20 in 2009 on the IJGT at Hershey, also tied for fifth place with a 7-over, 220.

Memphis Intercollegiate – March 31-April 1, 2014 – Memphis, Tenn.

Marco Iten (Austin Peay), a 2010 top-5 finisher at Saddlebrook, took second place with a 1-over, 217 for the tournament.

Butler Spring Tournament – March 24-25, 2014 – Avon, Ind. (snow shortened)

Halley Morell (Robert Morris), a 2011 top-10 finisher on the IJGT at Fowlers Mill, finished in a tie for fourth place with a 5-over, 76.

2014 SDSU Farms Invitational – March 24-26, 2014 – San Diego, Calif.

CHAMPION: Karen Chung (Southern Cal), a 9-time top-5 finisher on the IJGT, won the individual medalist honors with an 8-under, 208.

Erynne Lee (UCLA), who took second in 2005 at the IJGT’s event at the Sandpiper, tied for fifth place with her score of 1-over, 217.